The presidential motorcade, which includes two identical limousines, nicknamed The Beast, and other security and communications vehicles, is brought across by Air Force transport aircraft.
Air Force One's current color scheme dates back to the 1960s, when President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jackie Kennedy commissioned industrial designer Raymond Loewy to redesign the plane.
However, these reports do pose an interesting question - why does Air Force One look the way it does?
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Air Force One is seen on the tarmac on December 6, 2016 at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland.
Trump reportedly expressed his concerns in a February meeting with Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg, during which the men are said to have discussed a $4 billion deal to replace two 747s for official White House business. The news outlet was also told that the United States leader had two specifications for the new presidential fleet: The on-board bed should be larger, and the classic blue-and-white paint job should be changed to something that "looks more American" - a red, white and blue design. Harry Truman left behind Roosevelt's nondescript "Sacred Cow" for the eye-catching "Independence", painted as an eagle. But every president since Kennedy has stayed with the look he created.
Axios reported this week that POTUS has a few specific wishes for the pair of Boeing 747s that are currently in the works to replace the presidential jets in use now. The president wants a bigger, cushier bed and a new paint job away from what he described as a "Jackie Kennedy color", Axios reports.